Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band

The Boss Honors Prince [VIDEO]
Bruce Springstein opened his show in Brooklyn with 'Purple Rain' instead of the usual The River Tour opener 'Meet Me in the City.' Flooded in purple light, Springsteen told the audience “Whenever I saw Prince, I left the show humbled” and concluded with “Prince …
Bruce and Sandy On A 4th of July [VIDEO]
In the world Bruce Springsteen probably is the most recognized rock singer from the United States. Bruce is the all-American boy from New Jersey who had a dream to be a rock star and his dream came true. The Boss wrote a song about a Forth Of July in Asbury Park and a girl named Sandy.
Springsteen’s Take On War
This week in 1986, Bruce Springsteen made a serious anti war statement with his cover of Edwin Starr's "War". Recorded in concert September 1985 at the L.A. Coliseum during the "Born In The U.S.A." tour.
Turning Point For Bruce Springsteen In 1975
Bruce Springsteen’s career finally starting kicking in this week in 1975, with the release of his third album “Born to Run” and the single of the title track. Bruce’s first two albums were only successful in his home area of New Jersey and parts of the East coast.
Clemons Condition Appears to be Improving
As was reported last week, Clarence Clemons, the saxophonist for Bruce Springsteen's E Street Band, suffered a stroke at his home in Florida on Sunday night.  Reports said that he was seriously ill after the incident occurred.  New updates indicate that the “Big Man&CloseCurlyDo…